Click here to see how our firm is preparing for COVID-19

St. Louis Immigration Attorney Jim Hacking Helps Secure Asylum For Afghan Civil Rights Leader

Spread the love

Our office is happy to report that Dr. Rahela Kaveer has been granted asylum by the Chicago asylum office of USCIS.  We recently received word of the approval and will now file to bring Dr. Kaveer's husband and four children to the United States.  Dr. Kaveer has worked for years in Afghanistan, toiling on behalf of the rights of women in that war-torn country.  Her work fighting for civil rights for women and in establishing clinics for women had made her the target of written death threats from the Taliban.

Dr. Kaveer's story was profiled back in February in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

You May Also Like

Why Do Mandamus Lawsuits Over Immigration Delays Work? Spread the love When you file an immigration petition, you expect a decision within a certain time. But sometimes, the government takes much longer than expected to make a... VIEW POST
What Can the USCIS Ombudsman Do To Speed Up Your Immigration Case? Spread the loveWaiting for your immigration case resolution can feel like a never-ending nightmare. You're not sure what's taking so long, and every day feels like an eternity. You... VIEW POST
USCIS Processing Times: A Definitive Guide Spread the loveWaiting for your green card, visa, citizenship, and other immigration processes can be stressful. With all the backlogs, government interruptions, and changing policies, you should prepare for... VIEW POST

Download Free Guide 
2022 Immigrant’s Guide to 
Becoming a U.S. Citizen

This guide contains all you need to know to become  
a U.S. citizen.

Download Free Guide 2022 Immigrant’s Guide to Becoming a U.S. Citizen

This guide contains all you need to know
to become a U.S. citizen.

Answers Show
Live every week.